Groucho Marx - Press Conference, London, June 1965 Groucho was in the UK to do a series of shows ("Groucho", 5 shows x 30min, ITV, 17th June 1965 - 15th July 1965) and this is a press conference Groucho gave when he arrived in the UK, so it would have taken place sometime before 17th June 1965. Topics: Groucho, Marx, Groucho Marx, Marx Brothers, Marx Bros
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life Four episodes from the 1949/50 season which don't appear to be available on the net so far. Whenever I've downloaded episodes with these dates they always turn out to be some other episode wrongly dated. These are the correct ones. Fresh transfers from cassette. And in case anyone already has the wrongly dated ones and wants to know what they are: Mar 29: A copy purporting to be this episode with secret word "Name" is 1950.04.19. Jun 21: A copy... Topics: groucho, marx, groucho marx, marx brothers, marx bros, you bet your life, otr
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life A collection of episodes from the first two radio seasons. First the "Pilot" or "Audition show", broadcast on CBS (There's a "Columbia Broadcasting System" announcement at the end). When I first got this episode about 20 years ago it circulated as "Pilot, 1947" but has since acquired the date of 15th September 1947. The first season ran on ABC (so it changed networks after the pilot!) from 27th October 1947 to 22nd... Topics: groucho, marx, groucho marx, marx brothers, marx bros, you bet your life, otr
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life A collection of episodes recorded from the TV, two episodes from the 1955-56 season, seven episodes from the 1959-60 season, and two episodes from the 1960-61 season. They're incomplete in parts, I suppose the person who recorded them was trying to save tape. Also there were some speed fluctuations which I've tried to fix somewhat, although they're not perfect. The 1955-56 & 1959-60 seasons were broadcast on a different day to the radio versions but I've... Topics: groucho, marx, groucho marx, marx brothers, marx bros, you bet your life, otr
Wartime recording of Chico Marx and His Orchestra with vocals by Ziggy Lane. "Johnny Doughboy Found A Rose In Ireland" coupled with "We Must Be Vigilant". Vocals on both by Ziggy Lane. The Marx Brothers: Groucho, Harpo, Chico, Gummo and Zeppo, were comedy stars of the early 20th century, and are still known today through their movies, TV shows and recordings of their many radio appearances. Chico Marx, the oldest of the family, was also the most skilled on the... Topics: marx brothers, marx bros., pete lutz, chico marx, 78 rpm, record, big band
Groucho Marx - You Bet Your Life - Unedited These episodes are unedited. They run for around 60 minutes each. More was recorded than was needed and then the recordings were edited down to the half hour episodes that were broadcast a few weeks later. These were copied from reel to 90 or 60 min cassettes with auto-reverse which missed approx 0.4 of a sec as it turned the cassette. Where it was available, the missing piece from the broadcast version of the episode has been patched in. Sometimes it... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Groucho, Marx, Groucho Marx, Marx Brothers, Marx Bros, You Bet Your Life, OTR
Episode 74: Saturday Fight Live / SNL's greatest cast members & socially acceptable labels / recorded 11-24-2013 with Jay J. Bidwell, AGar, Elizabeth Garvey, Jackie V. and "Gramps" / Opening Theme Credits... The Cannery Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) / Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 / http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Topics: peon podcasts, podcast, free, talk radio, playstation, jay bidwell, bidwell, jay, pods, peonpods,...